Share your vision of ‘Good Life’

McCarthy and Stone 'The Good Life' competition,
McCarthy and Stone 'The Good Life' competition,

People living in Sheffield are being invited to go online and tell the UK’s leading retirement property developer, McCarthy & Stone, about ‘The Good Life’ means to them to be in with a chance of winning a dream holiday worth £3,000.

The retirement specialists, who arecurrently selling a range of one- and two-bedroom Assisted Living apartments at Windsor House on Abbeydale Road, have launched the competition on Facebook as part of their campaign to champion those in later life.

To be in with a chance of taking that dream holiday, people can visit McCarthy & Stone’s Facebook page to define what The Good Life means to them. Deadline for entries is midnight on March 17.

Fiona Brooks, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for McCarthy & Stone, said: “As the UK’s leading retirement developer, we believe that later life should be rich, rewarding and hugely fulfilling.

“Our developments are designed to offer purchasers an independent, low-maintenance lifestyle, freeing them up to enjoy ‘The Good Life’, whatever that might mean to them.

“By launching this competition, we hope to not only send one lucky winner on a trip of a lifetime but also inspire others to make a greater life out of later life.”

To enter the competition, visit

The firm say that, as well as offering a low-maintenance lifestyle, purchasers can benefit from maintained landscaped gardens, a restaurant, a shared lounge and the peace of mind of added security. Prices start from £184,950.

McCarthy & Stone pioneered the concept of purpose-built accommodation for older people and build 70% of them in the UK. They offer a choice of retirement developments that includes Later Living and Assisted Living.

The Later Living developments offer the independence of retaining home ownership while living in an apartment specifically designed for later life. Assisted Living developments offer that plus a helping hand through flexible care and support packages.

To find out more, call 0800 201 4739 or log on to